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Dnevnik (Skopje)

Дневник
Dnevnik
Type Daily newspaper
Owner(s) Media Print Makedonija DOOEL
Headquarters Vasil Gjorgov 16
Skopje, Macedonia
Website .mk.dnevnikwww


Dnevnik (Macedonian:    ) is a daily newspaper in the Republic of Macedonia.

History and profile

Dnevnik was first published on 20 March 1996.[1] The founders were Mile Jovanovski, Branislav Gjeroski and Aleksandar Damovski. It is published every day except Sunday. Its current editor-in-chief is Sasho Kokalanov.

On Friday, a supplement called Antena is also published with the newspaper. On Saturday, Vikend is also published with "Dnevnik".[1]

References

  1. ^ a b Information page on the Dnevnik website

External links

  • Dnevnik's homepage on the Internet
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